Severe Weather June 17, 2013 (Updated with Photos)

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Overview

A cold front moving through Michigan produced severe storms during the afternoon and evening on Monday, June 17, 2013.  The first storm tracked through Midland County around 2pm and continued to moved off to the southeast over Lake St. Clair.  A second storm formed just before 6pm and followed a similar path as the first storm.  These storms resulted in multiple hail and wind damage reports, with numerous trees and power lines down.

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Radar loop courtesy of Iowa Environmental Mesonet (IEM)

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Local Storm Reports

Image courtesy of Iowa Environmental Mesonet (IEM).  Yellow boxes are severe thunderstorm warnings, red box is a tornado warning, and purple boxes are special marine warnings.  Local Storm Reports (LSR) are also shown plotted on the map.


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Oakland County (Courtesy of Len Legendre) Grand Blanc, MI (Courtesy of @Jamf1973)
Chesterfield, MI (Courtesy of Sean Marlow)
     
Byron, MI (Courtesy of Dan Munro) Clarkston, MI (Courtesy of Becky Filby) Clio, MI (Courtesy of unknown)
     
Clio, MI (Courtesy of unknown) Clio, MI (Courtesy of unknown) Clio, MI (Courtesy of unknown)
     
Downtown Clio, MI (Courtesy of Randy Bond) Clio, MI (Courtesy of unknown) Flushing Township, MI (Courtesy of Mark Lachman)
     
Goodrich, MI (Courtesy of John Schlenner) Romeo, MI (Courtesy of Mike Kisielewicz) Romeo, MI (Courtesy of Mike Kisielewicz)
     
Romeo, MI (Courtesy of Mike Kisielewicz) Washington Township, MI (Courtesy of unknown) Washington Township, MI (Courtesy of unknown)
 
Lake Orion, MI (Courtesy of John Keough) NWS Office in White Lake, MI (Courtesy of Phil Kurimski)  

 
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